Frankincense & Myrrh Fragrance Oil

£2.62£98.45 inc. VAT

Manufactured by: Cosy Owl

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  • Vegan Friendly
  • Cruelty Free
  • CMR Free
  • Paraben and Silicon Free
  • PEG Free

All of our fragrance oils are exclusive to Cosy Owl and have been developed by our experts for their excellent fragrance release capabilities, then optimized to pair perfectly with our waxes. Our oils are 100% concentrated and combine perfectly with all our waxes.

How much fragrance oil should I use?

All of our fragrance oils are high quality and designed specifically for their excellent scent release capabilities, meaning a small amount usually goes a long way. The formula for calculating the exact quantity you will need is relatively complex. This is why we have put together a guide which will give you more detailed information on this subject and which you will find here. As a general rule, it is advisable to start with a fragrance oil proportion of between 5-8% of the total volume, although you can go up to 10% for less intense scents. It is always best to experiment with each combination of wax and scented oil, remembering to proceed gradually, increasing the quantity little by little. If you follow the guide and respect the flash point temperatures, you will be able to create deliciously scented candles in the blink of an eye. It is not recommended to use a proportion of scented oil greater than 12% of the total volume, to prevent the candle from starting to ooze or the oil from starting to flow down the length of the candle.

Can I use this fragrance oil in a diffuser stick?

All of our fragrance oils have been designed to be compatible with stick diffusers. Simply mix them with a base oil for diffusers, available here. Make a mixture of base oil and perfume consisting of no more than a quarter (25%) of perfume oil, depending on the desired intensity.

Can I use this fragrance oil in soap?

Our fragrance oils are specially formulated to be incorporated into bars of soap. Consult the safety data sheet to learn about the maximum amount (%) of oil to use for each fragrance used in soap bar making applications.

Before purchasing our products, please refer to our CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) Information Notice regarding the use of fragrance oils in candle making. This information concerns the chemical composition of the oils as well as potential allergic reactions.


Fragrance oils generally have an expiration of one year from the date of manufacture. However, many fragrance oils can last for months or even years past this date if stored properly. Testing (we do not offer this service) may be performed on fragrance oils to determine their suitability beyond their shelf life.

The current IFRA documents (IFRA version 48) are relevant and applicable for all our perfumes until February 2022, the date of entry into force of the new classifications for existing products, i.e. perfumes already on the market. walk. All new fragrances are already subject to IFRA 49 classifications. Over the coming weeks, as we receive relevant information, we will update and make necessary changes to our website.

These data sheets list any health and safety hazards associated with the fragrance ingredients. The Safety Data Sheet describes the hazards the fragrance chemical presents, and gives information on handling, storage and emergency measures in case of accident. The CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) Regulation Sheet lists the icons that need to be added to the fragrance packaging in accordance to EU legislation. The IFRA Data Sheet describes the percentage threshold of a fragrance that should be used in various applications.

See all Fragrance Data Sheets

Note Scent
Top Fresh citrus, eucalyptus, juniper and lavender
Mid Cinnamon, clove and orris
Base Amber, sandalwood, cedar, patchouli, musk and vanilla


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